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Childers = Legend

Not the best Childers CD, but still worth having in the library.

Hot outside

I genuinely like this. It's been 105+ for 33 days in Oklahoma with no rain, and now there is a West Nile threat, but we are still outside swimming in the creek and listening to Boland and Stoney with this on too. LOVE IT!


Born: November 20, 1946 in West Union, WV

Genre: Country

Years Active: '70s, '80s, '90s, '00s

With his weathered, rootsy songcraft, Bob Childers is considered the godfather of Red Dirt Music, a hard-to-define "I-know-it-when-I-hear-it" blend of country, rock, and folk that Oklahoma claims as its own. Childers was born in West Virginia, but relocated to Oklahoma at an early age. As a young man, he roamed the States, briefly living in places such as California before returning to settle in Stillwater, OK. In the late '70s, he became friends with singer/songwriter Jimmy LaFave, who helped Childers...
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